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Re: Re: CAA: Ideas and Inovations List, Part 161 Study

I am sorry that I cannot contribute, but I would like to know 
about Part 161, if you could give me some background would be 



On Wed, 31 Jul 2002 squilty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote :
> >On Tue, 30 Jul 2002  <celestefrancis@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >To: <idea@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: CAA: Ideas and Inovations List,  Part 161 Study
> >Has anyone participated in a Part 161 Study.  Any words of 
> >Pitfalls?  Any information that you can offer will be deeply
>Celeste,  there have been only three airports that I recall 
>pursued Part 161 opportunities...Burbank, CA, Naples, FL and a 
>airport somewhere whose location I forgot but whose's attempt 
>dismissed readily. The Naples study has perhaps gone the furthest 
>court cases. Not sure what happened in the case of Burbank. A 
>Part 161
>Study was intended to be made difficult to accomplish which is 
>why it
>has not been pursued readily.
>Steve Quilty
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